Battlefield 4 launched today and now its filling up shopping carts and being delivered to door steps the world around. If you were lucky enough to have grabbed your copy but unlucky enough to have found yourself stuck or not sure what to do, a new video walkthrough for Battlefield 4 has gone live and is available for viewing right now.
Battlefield 4's single-player story mode is only four hours long, but it's jam-packed with intense scenery, unforgettable dialogue that ranges from standard uses of motherf—k to more elaborate uses of the word for a colorful display of some of the most creative writing featured in a video game.
In addition to lots of mind-numbing shooting and enough curse words from generic sounding, angry-because-they're-impotent-marines, there is also some interesting driving segments... although the driving is mostly on rails and it's almost impossible to fail at it. Still, if you need to find out how to drive on rails, the video gives you a good walkthrough and works as standout guide for those who need to drive-on-rails like a pro.
One of the other big things about Battlefield 4 is the graphics, for the PS4 and PC, anyway. Tthe game has become a staple of what grade-A, high-quality Hollywood graphics and visual effects are all about in the video game space. The only problem is that the game has miserable looking graphics on the current generation Xbox 360 and PS3, so if you don't mind looking at immeasurable amounts of jaggies and some of the most washed out textures available, then feel free to pick up a current-gen version of the game.
Then again, I should also warn you that the Xbox 720p version of the game isn't too much better since its native 720p compared to the PlayStation 4, which runs 1080p. It's an embarrassing display for the Xbox One, but that's what happens when the hardware was designed to watch TV on the TV as opposed to being an able-bodied home entertainment console made first-and-foremost for interactive, digital consumption.
Anyway, the walkthrough video guide above offers gamers a quick and easy way to find out what to do and how to do it with ease and convenience. If you need to see additional videos just click on the playlist and scroll to the video so you can find out where you need to go and how you need to get business done like a boss.
Battlefield 4 is available right now for current generation consoles and PC, and you'll be able to play the game on the PlayStation 4 when the console drops on November 15th, and for the Xbox 720p on November 22nd. For more information on the game feel free to pay a visit to the official Battlefield website.